If you are an emerging artist like me, who has many different art interests, you too might find it a challenge to decide what should be your focused art practice and what should be part of your creative play. Read on to find out what I did to discover my art niche.
There is nothing worse than setting aside time to “create” and then you find yourself staring at your screen, or a piece of paper, or a blank canvas waiting for creativity to hit. And nothing happens! Can you relate? Let me share with you tips that I follow when I’m facing a creative block.
This year, I’m participating in #The100DayProject for the first time! It starts on January 31st and is open to anyone who wants to join! So if you are interested in learning more about it, continue reading…
Now that we are in week 5 of “stay-at-home” guidelines, many of you may find that you have extra time on your hands. Browse this post for a list of creative activities that I’ve been doing these past few weeks.
As a creative designer, I’m always paying attention to color and pattern that I see in my everyday life. I find myself constantly inspired by so many things. I find it overwhelming at times and wonder how do I take all these “inspirational moments” and use them to help me come up with a design concept? I came up with a 4 step process that I want to share with you! This has really helped me to streamline my creative and design thinking.